Gary S Kauffman
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Gary Kauffman, MD

Cardiology
Languages: English
458 Ratings, 63 Reviews
HonorHealth Medical Group
Heart and Vascular Institute

Specialties

  • Cardiology

Credentials

  • Residency

    Rockyview General Hospital
  • Education

    Temple University
  • Fellowship

    Rutgers Robert Wood Johnson Acute Care Surgery
  • Internship

    Rockyview General Hospital
  • Board Certifications

    American Board of Internal Medicine

About

Dr. Kauffman performs testing based on American College of Cardiology guidelines and uses prescription medication only when absolutely necessary. He is always available to his patients and is committed to seeing them in the office whenever they have a problem.

Clinical Interests

  • General Cardiovascular Medicine

Care philosophy

Dr. Kauffman treats his patients like family. He takes a personal approach with them to help set them at ease so they can feel better as quickly as possible.

Hobbies

  • Spending time with family
  • Sports enthusiast
  • Classic cars
  • Family genealogy

Ratings & Reviews

4.8 out of 5
Patient Rating - 458 Ratings
Provider discussed treatment options
Provider showed concern
Provider explained things clearly
Provider included you in decisions
Likelihood of recommending this provider
63 Reviews

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